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Wesley Eric Weston Jr., commonly known by the stage name of Lil’ Flip, is a famous American rap artist, songwriter, actor, as well as a record producer. Lil’ Flip debuted in the music industry in 2000, with an independent release of his first album called “The Leprechaun”. The album helped him get recognized by a former hip hop DJ named “DJ Screw”, who invited Flip to join his hip hop collective entitled “Screwed Up Click”, which consisted of such rappers as Big Hawk, Big Mello, Fat Pat, Lil’ Keke and others. Lil Flip rose to prominence several years later in 2004, when he came out with several singles that were featured on music charts, namely “Game Over” and “Sunshine”. Upon its release, “Game Over” peaked at #15 on the Billboard Hot 100, and even inspired the release of a remix, which featured guest appearances from Bun B and Young Buck. “Sunshine” was released that same year, and was one of the singles on Lil Flip’s second studio album entitled “U Gotta Feel Me”. Considered to be one of Lil Flip’s most successful singles to date, “Sunshine” peaked at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100, and #1 on the Billboard Hot Rap Tracks, while Flip’s album sold more than 198 000 copies during its debut week.In addition to being a rap artist, Lil’ Flip has made several on screen appearances, including a video game called “Def Jam: Fight for NY”, and a horror film directed by Nancy Norman entitled “April Fools”. A famous rap artist, as well as an actor, how rich is Lil’ Flip? According to sources, Lil’ Flip’s net worth is estimated to be $5 million. Undoubtedly, Lil’ Flip has accumulated most of his net worth and income from his rapping career.
|Full Name||Lil’ Flip|
|Net Worth||$5 Million|
|Date Of Birth||March 3, 1981|
|Place Of Birth||Cloverland, Houston, TX|
|Profession||American rapper, musician, record producer, author|
|Parents||Wesley Weston Sr.|
|Record Labels||Clover G Records, Columbia, SoSouth/ INgrooves, Sucka Free, Loud,Sony Urban, Asylum, Warner Bros.|
|Albums||Don’t Let the Music Industry Fool You (2014), The Leprechaun (2000), U Gotta Feel Me (2004), I Need Mine (2007), Undaground Legends (2002), Respect Me (2009), The Black Dr. Kevorkian (2013), The Art of Freestyle (2016)|
|Music Groups||Screwed Up Click|
|Nominations||American Music Award for Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Male Artist|
|Movies||Hustletown Mobbin’ (2003), Def Jam: Fight for NY (2004), Bikes and Babes: This Is How We Do (2006), April Fools (2007)|